Unusual cave house in private setting, at the edge of the quiet picturesque rural village of Cortes de Baza, with its wide, orange tree-lined streets situated north east of Granada. It is not unusual to see tractors parked outside peoples houses while the farmers have their lunch. The local farmers are olive and almond growers and goat herders. The cave is deliciously cool in summer, cosy in winter. Well appointed with modern appliances and the luxury of an exclusive private swimming pool (Apr to Oct only) and terrace. Impressive view of Jabalcon mountain and rolling hills. Good location for day trips, walking or lazing by the pool.
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Bedroom One: Double bed. Bedside drawers with lamps, wardrobe, tall chest of drawers, Mirror.
Bedroom two: Twin beds with generously sized single beds. Bedside drawers with lamps, tall chest of drawers, mirror . Window onto pool.
Bathroom Spacious bathroom with shower, lavatory, bidet, wash basin, and washing machine, iron and ironing board. Well lit mirror. Wonderful view of the Jabalcon mountain through the window.
Kitchen The kitchen with typically Spanish rustic charm and a modern finish, provides storage, 2 ceramic Spanish sinks, oven and large hob (both gas), coffee maker, toaster and kettle, huge fridge-freezer. The kitchen is separated from the dining by Spanish arches.
Diner The dining area has a wood burner, large fireplace and two tables with 8 chairs. The window looks out onto the pool and terrace garden, with views over the hills and to the Jabalcon mountain.
Living Room There is a central internal room with a double sofa-bed, coffee table, desk, shelves and armchairs. There is a DVD player (with small selection of DVDs and Cds) and a CD and tape player. Various games, playing cards and books. The radio only works outside cave unfortunately, no reception inside.
Other There is a locked storage room next to the pool with additional furniture for use inside the house or out in the garden. There is also a pergola and a small barbecue
Cleaning / Towels The house is cleaned on departure from 10am to 3pm. Towels and linen are included.
Notes on Accommodation
Feel free to move the furniture to where you need it (but please don’t leave it out in the rain, or the sun if you are not using it!) The cave is carved from impervious rock and so retains a temperature of about 18 C all year round.
Amenities / Facilities provided
Hob, oven, fridge-freezer, microwave, kettle, coffee-maker, toaster, table top ironing board and iron, CD & tape player, DVD player, room heaters and wood burner
Large pool (9m X 5m) in terrace garden April to Oct only). Garden furniture, parasols. and small barbecue. Flower beds and pots, young trees.
** VILLAGE FIESTA PENULTIMATE WEEKEND OF AUGUST**
Cortes de Baza: The cave is situated on the edge of the village, with very easy walking distance to all amenities: large village pool, choice bars and places to eat etc., choice of supermarkets and other shops, petrol station. Saturday market selling clothes, crockery, watches, jewellery etc. Historic church.
Galera: 19 miles, swimming pool, restaurants and shops.
Orce: 25 miles. Castle, museum and archaeological site, shops, restaurants, wonderful natural spring swimming pool (with fish in the pool!) with bar & restaurant.
Huescar: (Market town) 20 miles, shops, restaurants. Swimming pool (with fish in the pool).
Granada: 95 miles, Historic city, Alhambra Palace, cathedrals, etc.
Zujar The thermal baths at Zujar are renowned for their healing qualities. The water is directly from Lake Negratin and is a constant 38 degrees. At the restaurant you can enjoy a meal and stunning views of the lake and mountains.
Guadix Guadix is well known for its troglodyte area. This is an area full of cave houses dating back many centuries, strange and quite unique houses built into the rock face. The houses are made from caves with superficial concrete frontages being built on. The whole hillside is dotted with them, some of them palacial inside.
Cortes de Baza has 2 small supermarkets, a bakery van, 5 or 6 bars ( all serve free tapas with drinks), restaurants and a new village pool. It is situated in an area surrounded by diverse natural beauty and wildlife offering peace and tranquillity. Within a few miles there are green valleys, white deserts, limestone gorges, Moorish castles, green and blue lakes, natural spring fed swimming pools and pine forests. There is excellent hiking and rock climbing, in the Sierra Castril Valley and the Sierra de Baza (both about a ½ hour drive).
In just under 2 hours you can be swimming in the Mediterranean, skiing in the Sierra Nevada or exploring the history of Alhambra palace or ancient archaeology of Orce. If you feel less energetic, read or just relax by your own pool on the terrace garden by the cave, overlooking the dramatic view of the Jabalcon mountain.
Rural cave house. Stunning views. Private swimming pool. In village of Cortes de Baza in the Granada region of Andalucia, Spain. Sleeps 4-6.
2 bedrooms, sleeps 6
Bedroom 1: 1 Double bed Bedroom 2: 2 Single beds
1 double sofa bed located in Living Room, 1 cot
Room for 8 in the dining area Room for 6 in the living area
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20 out of 24 people recommend staying here
Ruby from Manchester
Stayed Wednesday 04 January 2012
Tucked away under the main road is this very rural holiday cave, nestling between the goats, olive groves and almond orchards in the distance, and opposite a tiny traditional cave with ponies.
The cave has everything you will need to relax and for rainy days you are even provided with a selec tion of DVDs, CDs and books. The last time I came here I found the rooms a cool retreat from the searing heat of the southern facing terrace, but if you prefer to stay outside, the pool will keep you cool. In the summer I spent my time relaxing by the pool and reading, cooling off with an occasional swim, but this year I (it can get frosty in January) I moved an armchair into the dining room and snuggled up with my books next to the wood burner, but soon had to move back into the sitting room because it was so hot!
The bathroom is large but basic, with a shower, bidet, loo, wash-basin, and shares the space with a washing machine: very useful!
I loved this place so much in the summer I came back and found different delights in the winter. It is not a villa, but is very cosy and tranquil the village is remote but offers everything you need within walking distance. I will definitely be coming back.
Sonia from Horsham
Stayed Sunday 02 August 2009
Stayed for 3 weeks in 2007 and fantastic peaceful holiday. Accomodation still excellent with new gazebo, bbq and shower added. Unfortunately the peace and quiet at night was constantly interrupted by a barking dog which shares a concrete courtyard with two horses and was left unattended most nights in the new property across the valley. Barking dogs in rural Spain are part and parcel of life but this one was a bit excessive. Therefore although the property itself is excellent we could not recommend it to a friend. Let us know if the dog goes and we will gladly return some time in the future.
Catherine from Wigan
Stayed Wednesday 14 May 2008
My boyfriend and i went to this cave for a relaxing break and we were both extremely happy with what we got - the cave was gorgeous, the pool was great, the views were stunning and the location was really nice - it had everything we needed within walking distance. The people were very friendly and Mario was a great help and very friendly!
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and have both said that we would like to go back again - i would recommend this place to anyone - it was fab!
I would also like to thank Barry & Helen for being so helpful when booking - they made the whole process very easy and were a pleasure to deal with.
Overall it was a great holiday and we will definately be back some time in the future!
David from Nottingham
Stayed Saturday 21 July 2007
A very pleasant place to stay, especially in the heat!
Sonia from Horsham
Stayed Sunday 01 July 2007
Lovely cool, well furnished cave house providing almost every extra you could wish, for a care free holiday. Some really nice thoughtful touches to make the perfect holiday. Pool was brilliant for cooling down from the glorious sunshine. Fantastic scenery.
Eric from Middlesbrough
Stayed Friday 26 January 2007
Fantastic property, great area and stunning scenery.
The people of Granada are incredibly friendly and very helpful.
Excellent communication from the owners Barry & Helen.
You will not regret your visit to Cueva Rambla.
Eric & Diane Thomas
maxine from cleckheaton
Stayed Tuesday 17 October 2006
This is the 2nd time we have been to this property this year.
So you can tell how much we enjoyed it.
Clean and well looked after. The pool is excellent.
We do not speak Spanish, but the locals were so patient with us. We managed just fine.
Great place for a relaxing, laid back holiday.
Good nights out in village (only 5 minutes walk maximum)
Great lake not far away.
Main Baza town only 20 minutes away, where there are loads of shops/supermarkets. (Mercodona being the best if you want English food). There is also a Lidl!
Thought the kids would be a bit bored but they loved it (8 years/13years).
Recommend highly to anyone
Jules from Stoke-on-Trent
Stayed Saturday 29 July 2006
We had a great time staying in the cave. The area is rural and not spoilt by tourism; we enjoyed learning some spanish.
The pool was great - the children really enjoyed it. Weather was super, but too hot to stay out after 12 for a few hours, but it was the hotest time of the year!
The municipal pool was also good, large, and child friendly, with some play equipment on site.
We'd recommend the cave for a holiday,
Caroline from Edinburgh
Stayed Saturday 02 July 2005
We loved the cave (watch your heads), you get used to bending!! & Cortes is so friendly, shop in Coviran store, lovely helpful ladies, with our bits of Spanish & their English we always had a good laugh. We enjoyed meals at Tiki Tan Restaurant & Bar, pizzas great. We stayed in the cave for 10 days & loved it, it is equipped with everything you need & has lovely homely touches given by Helen & Barry. Loved seeing or hearing the goats & watching the 2 horses opp. Would recommend to anyone for a quiet retreat or an adventure holiday or both as we had. There is so much in the region to visit, Freila was lovely on Negratin Lake, we swan with the fish & Zujar (along the never ending road, just keep going) until you see a round building - the restaurant, food there worth a try, really nice, after a dip in the thermal baths. Visited Basa, Castril, Quadix & many other towns & the amazing Parcs Natural, stunning views, found a fantastic dam. You need to hire a car to see all these places & find things like we did, drove into the middle of nowhere, found many empty caves, fascinating. We booked car hire from the UK. Also, a definate worthwhile visit to La Alhambra in Granada, the palace & gardens are fantastic. Also, book from UK. We stayed in Cortes end Aug. to beg. Sept. very hot 115 but we all loved it & our teenage boys had a great time. Would love to go back & explore more, so much we still would love to see. A great holiday for all to enjoy as we did. Barry & Helen are very helpful with any questions you have.
Valerie, Robert, Maximilian & Dominic Evans
spent nearly 2 wks at cave house .whilst we enjoyed cortes de baza and have visited and stayed in other cave houses this one was not the best.its situated above a very large goat shed so the flys were awfull and the smell even worse one day an offal lorry turned up to take away the dead goats the smell was unbearable and made us all physically sick we packed our bags and headed out for a couple of days away from the place. we got fed up of waking up each morning covered in flacking paint from the ceilings. when we arrived the pool was a discusting state and green the man did not turn up till 2 days later to clean it and in the 2 weeks that was the only time.not a great start but tried to make the best of it. cortes de baza is a lovelly town with lovelly friendly residents ,would not hesitate to stay there again but not here.although we do appreciate you renting your cave house to us i feel some of the money should be used to give it an over haul and a bit of tlc and maybe make sure the pool is inviting when guest arrive.kitchen very small but adeqate .
Property manager insists it was debris from high winds in the pool on arrival. Next day was Sunday so nobody would be around till Monday, and they were. He was there every few days after that and guests were not in. It is an automatically filtered pool which does not need daily attention. Clearing with a net should be sufficient. Any debris is organic and not poisonous. We keep walls as authentic as possible, showing all pick marks from digging out etc. This actually costs us more on a regular basis to maintain than concreting the walls as other caves do. This may look a bit more rough and ready but we prefer to think of it as character. Make no excuses for goats. This is "Rural Andalucia", the farmers keep goats. We have been many times in Summer and any smell is hardly unbearable. We live next to farmers that is the way it is. As for the lorry, very unlucky it was one day out of 14 and probably once a year, but this is a farming business albeit small scale. I can't believe this review was from 6 days after the previous one!!!!!!!!!!!!!?????????? Three stars for every category and 1 1/2 stars total??
The property was slightly "faded" compared to the photos. The drive is VERY steep with a sharp turn and as our choice of car was for travel from Madrid and therefore on the larger side, this was a problem.
On arrival there were a number of dead bulbs and no spares available. We asked for replacements but they were never delivered.
Also, on our arrival. there was virtually no gas, just enough to cook a couple of meals which meant we had no hot water. We contacted the caretaker by phone who told us how to obtain a replacement bottle from their father and the cost this would be. As we had arrived late on a Sat and this was a bank holiday week end it was quite stressful.
The pool we were told would be cleaned every four days, by the caretaker, but it was closer to once a week and was thus often murky.
Some of the kitchen utensils had been left very unclean and had mould in them.
Ceiling paint fell off daily and large amounts too.
Beds were noisy .and one was nearly collapsed .
Lack of internal doors meant that once one of us had gone to bed the others had to be quiet too.
Apart from this, we had a pleasant time but i doubt we will return.
(1)The property was painted totally bright white in the months before this, after the pictures were taken, you will need sunglasses !!(2) We have had a Citroen Picasso and not had any problem and delivery vans bring furniture! Plenty of room for turning at bottom of hill, we advise backing into drive. As for steep, you need to experience some more of Spain!(3) We leave bulbs out, there are some in the living room draw (which can get used up), there were also some in the hall trunk when we arrived two weeks after this.(4) Gas bottles and costs are the guests responsibility. This is stated in the instructions, with where to exchange the bottles. Any garage will change them and they are open all year.(5) We've just been there a week, the pool was fine. Mario had been before we even got out of bed (please see email review above received week after).(6) Beds and Plaster. The price of being a renter I'm afraid. Sometimes damage not obvious till we get there. Beds replaced for more solid ones in 2012 and plaster restored.(7) Internal doors! It is a cave house. Traditionally they don't have doors they have curtains. The walls are very thick 3 or 4 ft. it is probably no worse for noise than a modern house. There is a tunnel between one bedroom and living room, and a thick wall between other bedroom and living room.
The Cave House is certainly very different! Its very quiet and peaceful and in a small village out of the way (which obviously has pluses and minuses). The swimming pool is particularly good (a very good size for a private swimming pool). We had a great week and very much enjoyed staying there.
Stunning views from the cave and total peace and quiet. The goat smells were not an issue but the flies were a pain sometimes. But we felt in control with the fly swat we found. The pool was perfect as it reached 36 degrees in the middle of September!
The area is very remote and the locals speak no English but we got by. The roads were to die for. No traffic, just open roads through the mountains and no potholes! The scenery was breathtaking. Castril is a place to visit with the Gorge Walk and a suspended bridge. it was like another wonder of the world!
The nearby cats were beautiful. They belong to the family near the cave. Some of them were related to Bengals and on the last few nights 4 of them slept in the villa on out beds. Felt sad leaving them behind. There were a lot of dogs and cats in the village and they were all incredibly friendly, not what we expected.
I felt the cave was lacking storage in the kitchen. We had no cupboards to put anything into and as i took a lot of food with me i was having to cram it into odd places. 2 of the 3 coffee machines were broken but i am sure that was an oversight. There was a lot of other peoples food stuff there, half eaten packets of biscuits etc. I didnt feel comfortable with that but maybe that is just me.
Had great nights sleep as you are in blackness and no noise, in fact it was hard to wake up lol
I would go again and have already recommended it to the EasyJet girls who are planning a surprise for a friend.
We had a 12L fiesta which was no good for the drive. Even lorries were overtaking us in the crawler lane, we struggled at times to get over 40mph. Next time i will get something better. Also, the speed camera gadgets on the motorways slow your car down, this coupled with the climbs through the mountains made the drive hard work. Petrol is now nearly as expensive as ours so be warned.
As a woman i moan about things but i enjoyed my holiday and so did my family and would love to go back sometime.
We had a lovely holiday...the cave was in such an idylic setting with breathtaking views. it was so tranquil and relaxing. We loved watching the goats go out each morning...we really miss hearing the the sound of their little bells clanging. Our only gripe would be the lack of sun loungers and parasols. There were 4 of us but only 2 loungers, (plus a camp bed), and although their were 3 parasol bases, there were no parasols. It didnt spoil our holiday...we just took it in turns to use the loungers, but it would have been nice to have a couple more.
We returned for a second visit to the cave, which shows how much we enjoyed staying there. There are several recent improvements, a gazebo and a BBQ, both of which were very useful. The new shower was great too.
We have just returned from a week in "the cave". What a fantastic rest we have had! Temps were in the late 30s and the cave was a cool respite from the heat. The pool is lovely and cool too. At night, the stars are beautiful and in the day the views are stunning. The cave exceeded all expectations. Thank you for sharing your lovely holiday home with us
Excellent pool and great view. Peaceful location on edge of quiet, friendly village. The interior was on the basic side but OK. Only real gripe was close proximity to shed full of smelly goats (right below the patio) with consequent odours and attendant plague of flies
To be fair it is a cave house, and it is "rural" Andalucia. Thats what the locals do, goats and olive oil.
well appointed very quiet locals in cortes very friendly also in Benamaurel,tapas generosity amazing which added to the caves enjoyability and reasonable cost made a great weeks holiday
what a fantastic way to spend our holiday, we are grateful for the oners in allowing us this unique opportunity to stay in a cave. Wonderful area, peaceful, lovely village life and a local English speaking publican who made equally lovely pizzas. a reccomendation to everyone I know, and we will be returning.
Quite easy to find. Good directions but needed to know that town of Baza was more like 15km away than the five miles quoted!
Mario at the Tiki tan Bar excellent host and dealt with all queries and problems efficently and promptly.
Rather like a camping out experience but a most enjoyable one.
Have adjusted some of the mileage to places. Have to say we just guessed them initially. Roads are so quiet and easy to drive we under estimated. Sorry.
The cave house was very comfortable and we had a great time. The area is beautiful and the locals are friendly. We were well taken care of, with milk and muffins for our arrival. I would love to return and will recommend this property to frends and family.
We very much enjoyed our first stay in a cave house. Everything we needed for a comfortable, self catering holiday was supplied. The cave stayed at a constant 23C which felt like it had air conditioning during the hottest part of the day when it was over 30C outside. The village shops were a short stroll away and provided most of provisions. Mario's bar was a great place to meet local Brits and have drink or a snack/meal. We drove, on average, 80 miles a day to visit local places of interest and just take in the fantastic scenery,etc. The thermal baths are well worth a visit, although we found the best route was via Baza and took about 40 minutes. We had a very relaxing 10 days, it was so peaceful, especially inside the cave house. A great experience which we would do again.
we found the cave house very comfortable and exceptionally well equiped The owners were very helpful with the information we requested. We were warmly greeted by Natalia and Mario who look after the property .This is a very interesting area and we were reluctant to leave.
our stay in the cave was a lovely experience and the pool was lovely, it was nice to be able to get to sleep on a night because the cave was so cool
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We had a wonderful relaxing stay at Cueva Rambla with our toddler. The private pool was wonderful and despite temperatures hitting 40 degrees the cave stayed a constant cool 24 degrees the whole time. Barry and Helen were very helpful in terms of suggesting things for us to do before we went, and Mario the property manager was both helpful and friendly with excellent English (although I preferred to practice my rusty Spanish). Cortes de Baza is a very friendly rural town well off the tourist track but with everything you need in terms of restaurants and supermarkets and a fab weekly market. I think to get the best out of this property you probably need to have a hire car as the surrounding area is so lovely. We visited the nearby artificial lakes to swim in and also loved the pretty village of Castril. We also drove to Granada to see the Alhambra (a very easy drive, just over an hour away). The cave was very peaceful at night - we had no issue with flies as we just made sure we kept the door to the cave shut during the day. There were a few faint farm smells from the goats down the mountain but Ive had much worse in rural Kent and to be honest wouldnt even be mentioning then in this review if it wasnt that other reviewers had complained about them. The view from the pool is amazing and our toddler slept like a log in the cool quiet cave. The cave has everything you need for cooking in its pretty Spanish-tiled kitchen, a good book library which you are welcome to read and also handily a washing machine. We definitely will return. Thanks for being such great hosts Barry, Helen and Mario.
Claire Aug 2014
We stayed in this lovely cave house for 4 days and really enjoyed ourselves. It is a bit different from a traditional villa but it was great fun to stay in a cave. It is amazingly cool inside when outside was 48C, inside was 24C! My only comments to be aware of are the rooms are perfectly normal in size, but the doorways are low. At 6ft3, my husband kept knocking his head. Also the village is very rural, perfectly adequate and a great experience of rural Spain. We liked the fact it was easy to walk into, but there are no tourist trappings (again fine with us). Theres everything you need for a perfectly comfortable holiday, no more flies that you would expect anywhere hot. Minimal countryside smells! The pool is fantastic, a good size, the kids loved it. The local village is great, with lovely restaurants, friendly, and reasonably priced. The whole place comes alive at about 9pm, so adapt to the Spanish way of life! Highly recommend the daily bread van, delicious cakes and bread. Beautiful countryside and interesting surrounding area to visit.
We had a lovely time in your cave, thank you so much...the pool was a great success with the kids and I loved your lounge with the lights with the holes in them, so atmospheric. How great that the cave stays so cool.
We didnt see Mario, think he was away, but someone left delicious home made cake and topped up the pool.
Our luggage didnt make it to Spain with us, but Marios friend Andreas was brilliant in helping getting it delivered to us, if you get an opportunity would you pass on our thanks. There were no smells and only a couple of flies!
CLARE 26 Aug 2013
We are having a really lovely time here in Cortes de baza. Your cave is fantastic and has everything we need. Mario has been very helpful. Very relaxing holiday.
What a fantastic time we had in the cave house, it really is a lovely hideaway. The weather was unbelievable - up in the 40s which I dont think Ive ever seen on a thermometer. We loved the area, delightful village & some wonderful scenery around. The cave house was very comfortable and well equipped too. Weve both been raving about the house & area - most people we know seem to want to go on these all inclusive hols & then wonder why theyve not enjoyed themselves! - Julie 2013
Just returned today from a wonderful time in your cave house. Caroline and I will be definitely returning and will contact you as soon as we have dates. The house location was perfect. Peace, a few squawking hens and a budding brass player practising in the house above were all part of the experience. The surrounding area and beyond is incredible and there is so much more to see. The townspeople were all very friendly, especially at the supermarket. In fact everywhere we went, people were welcoming and kind. Mario was very helpful and understanding, epsecially getting the pool cleaned so promptly.
Adrian Bramley - Poole
We all fell in love with your cave and the area,thanks very much for sharing it with us.The facilities are fantastic and the pool was just heaven sent in the hot weather.Really sad to leave and we said that one week is not enough ! We did manage to squeeze in a trip to Zujar for a lounge in the thermal baths (and does it make you sleep well !! ) ,a trip to Bazar and as we mentioned we drove to Aquola water park in Granada on sunday ࿑ euros for a family of four) and had tea in Granada before heading back to the airport.We have so many great memories and look forward to returning someday soon (before we eventually retire out here!) regardsThe Jolly Family, Cambs
Dear Helen and Barry,Just a quick e-mail to let you know that we had a wonderful time at your fabulous cave house . We settled in very quickly and found the peace and quiet idyllic. We have told all our friends and family about our experience and we hope to return again, maybe earlier in the season next time, so we can enjoy that 'cool pool' !! . Best wishesMaxine and Dougie (Oct 08)
We had a fantastic time in your cave in Cortes de Baza. The swimming pool was lovely and the cave really comfortable and cool. The children enjoyed the novelty of sleeping in their cave bedroom. Mario and Natalia could not have been more friendly or helpful and we really enjoyed the things to see and do. We found the pool at Orce, an amazing place. Mario sorted out canoeing for us on Lake Negratin which we really enjoyed. We also visited the Alhambra and Castril on market day. It was a lovely week and we would love to return some time. With best wishes, John & Fiona
No problems with the house everything is O.K. We are having a lovely time and the weather is exceptionally good. We have been able to use the pool everyday.Tha nk you again Sandra Atkin
Thanks for a great holiday, best holiday ever. We will put the word around, cant wait for next time.Mario & Natalia brilliant. Thanks againMaxine, Chris, Kieran & William.
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